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is still talking about obama care, but this week, he made a big pivot to economic issues talking about raising the minimum wage, extending unemplment benefits. when he did this a couple of years ago and assume d the self-proclaimed mantle of champion of thmiddle class, it helped him win re-election in 2012. do you think it can help democrats win in 2014? >> what he said there basically, if you don't like my plans for your agenda, give us your plans. i think this pivot to the economy is an attempt to change the subject from obama care, which is so dominating, the news of the past seral months. and to rally his base, which is always what he does first. sometimes, that's all he's needed to do, but my sense is he's not going to be able to make this into a big national issue the party can win on because his credibility is so week. in that harvard poll, it was one of those open ended questions about what is your top priority. income inequality was way down the list and i think it is for a lot of people. now, the president of the bully pulpit can sometimes elevate an issue and make it a big i
. well well, the president is still talking about obama care. this week he made a big pivot again to economic issues talking about raising the minimum wage, extending unemployment benefits. brit, when he did this a couple of years ago, assumed the self-proclaimed manhole of champion of the middle class, it helped him win re-election in o 2012. do you think it can help democrats win in 2014? >> what he's basically saying, you heard it there was, if you don't like my plans for my agenda, give us your plans for my agenda. my sense is that that will not meet with much -- with much success. at least certainly in the house of representatives. i think it is more than anything at this point, this pivot to the economy, in particular on the issue of income inequality, is an attempt to change the subject from obama care, which has so dominated the news for the past several months. and to rout his base. which is always what he does first. sometimes that's all he's needed to do. but my sense is that he's not going to be able to make this into the big national issue that the party with win on b
this opportunity, we can chip away at the mistrust. >> president obama this week defending his controversial deal with iran to limit its nuclear program in return for an easing of some western sanctions. and we're back now with the panel. well, congresswoman harman, you heard general hayden talking about this deal and the positives, and also the -- potentially the negatives. the worry is that basically that this interim deal with iran ends up being the final deal, that they end up just short of a nuclear weapon, but with a strong nuclear capability, while the sanctions regime is weakened. your thoughts? >> well, first, who would have thought that the plot of "homeland" would be behind real life? i mean, kudos to john kerry and wendy sherman for really >> we need to say for those who don't know, "homeland" is a show on showtime, very good show, and they are about to try to kill -- i probably shouldn't say -- >> don't give it away. good grief, chris. >> i don't know what's happened. >> ok. but -- tune in. but so who would have thought that? this is an interim deal. i think what this does is it alig
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